A model for the spatial distribution of hydrogen in the Saturn system including a Titan source, an interior source for the rings and inner icy satellites, and a Saturn source has been applied to the best available Voyager 1 and 2 UVS Lyman-alpha observations presented by Shemansky and Hall. Although the model-data comparison is limited by the quality of the observational data, source rates for a Titan source of 3.3 - 4.8 x 10(exp 27) H atoms/s and, for the first time, source rates larger by about a factor of four for the interior source of 1.4 - 1.9 x 10(exp 27) H atoms/s were determined. Outside the immediate location of the planet, the Saturn source is only a minor contribution of hydrogen. A paper describing this research in more detail has been submitted to The Astrophysical Journal for publication and is included in the Appendix. Limited progress in the development of a model for the collisional gas tori of Triton is also discussed.